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May 2011

Twitter tells users they could face court

Microblogging website Twitter has warned users they may face court if they breach super-injunctions or post libellous messages on the site.

TomTom £50 cashback offer on Live models

TomTom has a new cashback offer, available when purchasing one of it's Go or Via models

Sales of ebooks soar at Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury, the publisher of the Harry Potter series of books, has reported a huge increase in its ebook sales.

‘File sharing’ solicitors face disciplinary body

A former and existing partner of law firm Davenport Lyons are standing before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) today.

Financial reasons to quit smoking on World No Tobacco Day

Giving up tobacco could save you £100s in life insurance, medical cover and critical illness protection, as well as the cost of cigarettes.

LG unveils washing machine that ‘diagnoses its own faults’

New technology from LG promises to help appliance owners save money on repairer visits by diagnosing faults with fridges and washing machines over the phone.

New Volkswagen Passat tested by Which? Car

Which? Car News: Two new Volkwagens have been put through the Which? Car lab test this week - the Passat saloon and the van-based Caravelle MPV.

Revealed: the laundry liquid stripped of Best Buy status

New Which? tests show that laundry liquids and gels simply can’t match the all-round cleaning power of powder and powder tablets.

Which? tests reveal the best laptops

The best laptops revealed in latest Which? laptop test results - including cheap laptops from around £400

Debit card charges hit travellers before leaving UK

Watch out for debit card fees imposed when buying foreign currency in the UK. Many banks will charge you an extra fee.

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